Urethane foam is ideal to insulate:

  • The inside of foundation walls
  • The outside of foundation walls (below ground)
  • The end joists between each floor
  • The ceiling (through the attic)
  • The floor of a cantilevered room

In your future property, adding urethane foam in strategic locations could result in significant heating savings.

Here are some of the advantages of choosing sprayed urethane:

  • Has a superior value;
  • Behaves as air and vapour barriers;
  • Provides continuous insulation due to lack of joints;
  • With frightening efficiency to avoid thermal bridges;
  • Offers high adhesion even with irregular shapes;
  • Provides increased protection against mould;
  • Provides effective protection against radon;
  • This product is very strong, it does not crush or crumble;
  • Odourless product;
  • Can be used on different materials such as concrete, gypsum, steel, or wood.

Indoor air quality and comfort

Above all, a well-insulated house will be watertight and airtight, ensuring:

  • Fewer drafts;
  • A more homogeneous indoor temperature, summer and winter;
  • An adequate level of humidity inside;
  • A mould-free indoor environment—you will benefit from healthier indoor air in all seasons and a home without cold zones in winter, providing you and your family with unparalleled comfort! Urethane foam not only insulates; it also makes surfaces airtight;
  • The amount of energy required to produce enough polyurethane insulation for a single home pays for itself in just one year thanks to the insulation provided;
  • Polyurethane insulation with a thickness of 1.6 cm can be as effective as a concrete wall with a thickness of 1.34 metres;
  • Since the introduction of polyurethanes in refrigerators, today’s class A++ models are 60% more efficient than the refrigerators of 15 years ago.